Christmas pork roast with prunes and walnuts

This delicious and easy to prepare roast can be enjoyed warm on Christmas Day, while leftovers make a great cold cut to be served for supper or throughout Boxing Day. Indeed, the stuffing, marjoram crackling and roasted onion gravy bring a festive feel to the dish.

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Delicious lychee mojitos [including an alcohol free version]

While cocktails are rarely synonymous with wholesome goodness, I’ve recently been asked to create a handful of alcohol free cocktail (mocktail) recipes that would taste like the real thing, but wouldn’t leave you feeling ‘dusty’ the next morning. I never got to make anything else aside from the lychee mojito; […]

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School night roast: Self-saucing herb and lemon chicken drumsticks

These self-saucing herb and lemon chicken drumsticks are extremely scrumptious and very easy to make, even on a school night when time is of the essence. Cooking drumsticks in the oven is pretty easy, even for novice cooks. The meat is juicy and the sauce adds a whole bunch of […]

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Fried Gemfish Fillets in a Spring Vegetable Consommé

Gemfish is easy to cook – especially if you are craving a crispy on the outside but flakey and decadently soft on the inside type of fish. The spring vegetable broth has the right amount of acidity and an interesting flavour to bring the whole dish together.   If you are looking for a […]

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Tapas-style Chorizo and Potato Salad with Spicy Salsa

We’ve come across many a styles of this chorizo and potato dish in our culinary adventures across the Sydney tapas scene, and now we have a favourite recipe to make at home, too. Spicy, smokey and a breeze to make. It’s great as a side dish at barbecues, as an alternative […]

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Potato, ricotta and onion ravioli [also known as ruskie pierogi]

This particular recipe and method is a cultural melting pot: traditional Polish stuffing, wrapped in Chinese wonton pastry for ease of preparation and shaped as Italian ravioli. Cooked then fried for extra flavour. Making me hungry as I “speak”.

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How to Make Crispy Salt and Pepper Squid

Crispy Salt and Pepper Squid has become one of the staples of modern Australian cuisine, but it’s easy to make at home.

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The Perfect Tiger Prawn Omelette

Now, just to be clear, the following recipe is for the perfect [insert your favourite ingredients here] omelette. It’s light and fluffy and oh so good! I used large cooked tiger prawns because I’ve had a hankering for them for a while, and since I picked up a handsome bunch […]

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